'There's no choice': Uglich's voters on Russia's election

Al Jazeera speaks to voters in the small Russian town of Uglich, where support for President Putin runs high.

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    Russia's President Vladimir Putin is widely expected to win a fourth term in elections on Sunday, despite frequent protests against him in the country's larger cities.

    But while he may not be so popular in the more liberal urban centres, for many Russians there is no one but Putin.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from the town of Uglich.


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